Bihar TET results for recruitment of Government teachers – The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) today announced the results of the state Teacher Eligibility Test (Bihar TET) 2017 examination. The results are available on www.bsebonline.net.
This time only 17% candidates have passed the Bihar Teacher Eligibility Test (BTET). There are only 16.07% candidates passed paper I, which was meant to test the eligibility for appointment as lower primary teachers (Class I to V) and 17.84% cleared paper II, meant to assess the eligibility for appointment as upper primary teachers (Class VI to VIII). This time 43,794 aspirants wrote paper 1 and 1.68 lakhs paper II.
Exam were held on July 23 at 348 examination centers across the state.
The pass percentage of women was poorer than that of men. While 10.8% and 19.53% women and men respectively passed paper I, 12.18% and 22.51% women and men passed paper II. The total percentage of women and men clearing the BTET stood at 11.93% and 21.85% respectively.
The cutoff was 60% for general category, 55% for women and backward class I and II, and 50% for SC, ST and handicapped candidates.
How to check results:
- Go to www.bsebonline.net
- Click on “Result of BETET – 2017 has been declared, Click here” tab
- Enter your roll number and date of birth
What is the Allotment process for TET ?
Teachers eligibility test is to recruit the government teachers in the state. The process of allotment for district and school to successful candidates are done by BTET board. The basis for allotment of teachers to various government schools are based on various parameters like
- Existing vacancies in the subjects at various school
- Reservation criteria
- Women Reservation
- Place of Domicile
There are other considerations also to post the successful candidates at various schools also.